Vampire Weekend reveal new songs ‘Diane Young’ and ‘Step’

Vampire Weekend debuted two new songs from their upcoming album late last night(March 18). Listen to them both below. The New York aired new tracks 'Diane Young' and 'Step', teasing fans with the news on Twitter. "We're dropping a double a-side single today – Diane Young/ Step. Get Ready" wrote the band. Both songs are taken from Vampire Weekend's forthcoming third studio album 'Modern Vampires Of The City', due for release via XL Recordings on May 6.

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Vampire Weekend debuted two new songs from their upcoming album late last night(March 18). Listen to them both below.

The New York aired new tracks ‘Diane Young’ and ‘Step’, teasing fans with the news on Twitter. “We’re dropping a double a-side single today – Diane Young/ Step. Get Ready” wrote the band. Both songs are taken from Vampire Weekend’s forthcoming third studio album ‘Modern Vampires Of The City’, due for release via XL Recordings on May 6.

Vampire Weekend appeared at this year’s SXSW festival in Austin, Texas and performed a number of new songs during their set on Saturday (March 16). Among the new songs played by the band were ‘Diane Young’ and ‘Ya Hey’.

The tracklisting for ‘Modern Vampires of the City’ is as follows:

‘Obvious Bicycle’
‘Unbelievers’
‘Step’
‘Diane Young’
‘Don’t Lie’
‘Hannah Hunt’
‘Everlasting Arms’
‘Finger Back’
‘Worship You’
‘Ya Hey’
‘Hudson’
‘Young Lion’




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